Cydia pomonella (L.)
Distribution: Widespread and a major pest in most fruit-growing states and provinces in eastern North America.
The larva leaves frass where it enters the fruit and in galleries in the flesh to the core.
NY State Ag Experiment Station
The adult's forewings are striped with fine brown-gray lines and a distinctive bronze to brown-black oval spot at the tip (A). Eggs are laid on the leaves or fruit. The pinkish larva has a black head and a brown thoracic shield (B).